I don't want to be at home all the time. I wonder how much I could get done by working online away from the house. How long before I get tired of the coffee shops?
"Interest and energy are cyclical," said Timothy Ferriss in The 4-Hour Workweek. It's weird that I sit here trying to figure out what to do with my time when all my needs are met. Like I wouldn't have time to figure that out then.
Soon I will have everything posted that I currently have available for posting. Then it will be bi-weekly updates - until I h ave enough clips together for a DVD.
By then, I will be ready to focus on another project for six months to a year. Depending on where my passion lies. In the meantime, I'm balancing several prosperity forms:
- The Rex Harley website - nearing initial completion
- Freelance work
I can't pursue all of them at once. For now, I'm giving my full attention to the Rex Harley website. After that, I will give my full attention to updating my resume and putting things together so that I can market my software development skills to the adult entertainment industry. That would be with a telecommuting job or freelance work or contracting. That will include becoming self insured.
One of the things I'd like to do is help set up an escape route for people in the adult industry who do not want to be involved. No one should feel forced to do this. Do I become "Father Rex" to the adult entertainment community?